Reclining Kuan-Yin

Reclining Kuan-Yin

12.5" Long and Weighing 7lbs, this statue is made of bronze. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.

  • - Gorgeous pair of Bronze statues depicting Samurai warrior - Really great pair of bronze Samurai warriors, one holding a sword and the other an axe - Stands in at just over one feet tall so impressive - Hope the photos do this... - Gorgeous pair of Bronze statues depicting Samurai warrior - Really great pair of bronze Samurai warriors, one holding a sword and the other an axe - Stands in at just over one feet tall so impressive - Hope the photos do this pair some justice certainly more impressive in the flesh - Patina to the bronze is superb and this is a great collectors piece - Offered in great condition ready for home use right away - Will ship to anywhere in the world, please contact for shipping quotes

  • This sculpture shows vajadhara in his tantric aspect in embrace with his consort, Shakti, in a position of sexual union known as or Father-Mother, or Yab-Yum in Tibetan and Maithuna in Sanscrit. Vajradhara represents the primordia... This sculpture shows vajadhara in his tantric aspect in embrace with his consort, Shakti, in a position of sexual union known as or Father-Mother, or Yab-Yum in Tibetan and Maithuna in Sanscrit. Vajradhara represents the primordial Buddha, the one power which creates itself with no beginning and end. This depiction represents a fundamental concept of Buddhism, the union of the male and female, compassion with wisdom, this marriage leading to enlightment. Vajradhara is seated in a meditation pose wearing a crown on his head. He holds a Vajra, or thunderbolt in his right hand representing the male aspect of skillful means and method. In his left hand, he holds a Ghanta, or bell representing the female aspect of supreme wisdom. The two together symbolize the unison of the male and female aspects which lead to freedom and enlightenment. Shakti holds a ritual Kartika, a curved knife in her right hand symbolizing the severance of ignorance and all material and worldly things. In her left hand she holds a Kapala, a skull cup used in tantric rituals for offering sacrificial meat or blood to protective deities.

  • Standing 9.25X4.5X2.5 and weighing 3lbs, this beautiful Kuan Yin On Dragons statue is made of Bronze. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appe... Standing 9.25X4.5X2.5 and weighing 3lbs, this beautiful Kuan Yin On Dragons statue is made of Bronze. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.

  • Serene and Beautiful bust of Quan Yin measuring about 10" Tall with semi-precious stones embedded in the bronze. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Budd... Serene and Beautiful bust of Quan Yin measuring about 10" Tall with semi-precious stones embedded in the bronze. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.

  • Rare Bronze Sitting Quan Yin statue With polished bronze detail in the costume, this rare bronze sitting Quan Yin Statue measures approx. 20" tall x 14 " wide. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin... Rare Bronze Sitting Quan Yin statue With polished bronze detail in the costume, this rare bronze sitting Quan Yin Statue measures approx. 20" tall x 14 " wide. Originally known as The Lord Who Regards, Avalokiteswara, or Kuan Yin, is a highly revered manifestation of the Buddha who appears in Chinese writing in approx. 400 A.D. Spelled three ways, Kuan Yin, Quan Yin, or Kwan Yin means ‘one who hears the cries of the world’ and personifies the compassion of the Buddha for the needy. She is the yin principle. Usually she is represented as a young female deity, but she does have the power to assume any form carrying out her vow to lead beings out of suffering. Often she is shown holding a vase containing the waters of compassion, the lotus flower of enlightment, or the jewel of three treasures.